You Can Get 2 Dozen Roses for Just $20 at Whole Foods Right Now (Prime Only!)
If a grocery store could show affection, then this would be the ultimate gesture of love. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Whole Foods Market is holding a special week-long sale on its roses — two dozen for $19.99.
From February 7 (today!) until the holiday, Whole Foods will be holding the sale for customers who have Amazon Prime. You can purchase the two dozen roses during your next grocery run, or you can order the flowers online to arrive on the doorstep of your loved one (or your own). And if your cart accumulates over $35, you can receive two-hour delivery for free. Score!
Not only is the price of roses discounted, but every purchase supports Whole Food Market’s commitment to support ethical trade, working conditions, and the environment through their Guarantee program. The roses have the Whole Trade Guarantee’s seal of approval, which means the item meets the company’s strict quality standards while also supporting the farms who produced them.
“We are excited to offer a great Valentine’s Day deal on Whole Trade Guarantee roses, a truly special product,” said Carol Medeiros, Vice President of Perishables Support, in a press release. “We work closely with the farms to bring the best varieties and quality to our customers. Not only are they a perfect way to show your love, they are making a positive impact in the communities where they are grown.”
This isn’t the first time Whole Foods and Amazon have celebrated Valentine’s Day through offering up two dozen roses for a discounted price. It’s comeback further validates the deal’s worth, so go forth! Get one dozen roses for someone you love, and keep one dozen for yourself. Pair the flowers with a great home cooked meal and that’s true love.
This post originally ran on Apartment Therapy. See it there: Whole Foods Is Saying “I Love You” with Two Dozen Roses for Under $20